Bishops condemn attack on seminary carolers Priests' vehicle being torched...
Dec 15, Matters India
The apex body of the Catholic Church in India on December 16 expressed shock, pain and hurt at what it says was an “unprovoked violence” against a group of seminary carolers.
A group of 30 seminarians and two priests from St. Ephrem’s Theological College in Satna, Madhya Pradesh, was detained in a police station on December 14 night after Hindu radicals, suspected Bajrang Dal Activists accused them....
A group of carol singers and two priests were detained for hours by the police in Satna in Madhya Pradesh last evening after they were accused by the rightwing group Bajrang Dal of forcing religious conversions. Their Vehicles were burnt by Mr. Modi's supporters.
Dec 15, NDTV
Later, a car used by some carolers who went to the police to find out about the detained priests was allegedly set on fire by activists of the same group. The police say a case has been registered against "unknown people" for the car-burning. The carolers - about 30 of..
Christians Beaten, Falsely Charged and Jailed in Mob Attack in India, Sources Say. Come, let us burn them alive,’ Mr. Modi's supporters shout:
Dec 14, Morningstar News
Seven Christians in India have been booked on charges of hurting religious feelings after Hindu extremists savagely beat them when they gathered to pray for a sick man at his home, sources said. Police in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh state on Dec. 4 charged the six Christian men and one woman with “deliberate and malicious acts intended to.......